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Montblanc Meisterstück 146 LeGrand red gold fountain pen
  • Montblanc Meisterstück 146 LeGrand red gold fountain pen
Montblanc Meisterstück 146 LeGrand red gold fountain pen
Montblanc Meisterstück 146 LeGrand red gold fountain pen
€500.00

The name Meisterstück was first used for a Montblanc pen in 1924 and represents a masterpiece of a pen. These pens have 14 carat gold nibs and a piston filling mechanism.

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The name Meisterstück was first used for a Montblanc pen in 1924 and represents a masterpiece of a pen. These pens have 14 carat gold nibs and a piston filling mechanism.

The top of the cap is adorned with a representation of the snow covered top of Europe's highest mountain, the Mont Blanc and the 4810 on the nib represents the hight of the mountain, 4810 meters.

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Data sheet

Length capped
146mm
Length posted
161mm
Length uncapped
126mm
Nib
Gold
Filling system
Piston
Postable
Yes
Color
Black
Trim
Gold
Weight
25gr

Specific References

ean13
4017941744517
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 Reviews
By on  13 June 2019 (Montblanc Meisterstück 146 LeGrand red gold fountain pen) :
(3/5

Not a good construction pen

I had heard tha the Montblanc quality nowadays had decreased. It was a very good brand in the past but now is not the same. I bought my first Montblanc almost 30 years ago (Model 144) and it is an exelent pen. The nib of the Montblanc 146 (Fine) is quite good regarding the performance, but feedbacky. The problem with the pen is the quality of the construction: Once you
screw the body (barrel) of the pen in the cap, it remains loose, not well tighted. You can move the cap with your fingers because it's loose; unless you screw it strongly, wich obviously is
not the way. I haven't seen this issue in any of my more than 50 fountain pens. I'm very dissappointed with such a prestigeous brand. I've heard that Montblanc has been purchased by
a chiness Company. May be that's the reason. You can get a much better pen for the half of the price: Sailor K.O.P., i.e.